Aliens Refuse to Create Crop Circles in Monsanto Fields

  

In a stunning turn of events, not only has alien life revealed itself to humanity, but they’ve let it be known that they will no longer attempt to communicate with the United States.

Their most popular form of communication, has for decades, been the formation of crop circles in agricultural fields. However, since the U.S. continues to use Monsanto genetically engineered crops, the aliens will no longer attempt to communicate with us.

Genetically engineered crops, or GMOs, pose a number of threats to health. Animal studies have shown organ damage, gastrointestinal and immune system disorders, accelerated aging and infertility. They have also led to an explosion in farmers’ use of herbicides, with the result that fields are regularly doused with escalating amounts of toxic weed killers. GMO foods contain much higher residues of toxic herbicides. Roundup herbacide, for example, is linked with sterility, hormone disruption, birth defects, and cancer.

GMO corn and soybeans have been genetically engineered to withstand being blasted with glyphosate; an herbicide that the World Health Organization recently classified as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” There is no data on its’ effect on alien biology.

Over reliance on glyphosate has spawned the emergence of “superweeds” that resist the herbicide, so producers of GMO crops are turning to even more harmful chemicals. The latest is 2,4-D, a World War II-era defoliant that has been linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Parkinson’s disease and reproductive problems.

Fearing for their own safety the aliens have vowed to only communicate and share their life altering technologies with nations that have banned Monsanto crops. These include: Russia, Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, France and Switzerland among others.

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